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Black History Month Program At NEHS!

Email this pageOXFORD, Miss. (AP) — Constance Slaughter-Harvey lives by one rule: To whom much is given, much is required. As the first African-American woman to graduate from the University of Mississippi School of Law, Slaughter-Harvey has done just that. She began practicing law upon completion of classes in January 1970, throwing herself full-force into

Bad Sleep and Overeating Linked In Women – Increased Risk of Heart Problems.

Email this pageWomen who sleep poorly tend to overeat and consume a lower-quality diet, according to a new study from researchers at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. The findings provide new insight into how poor sleep quality can increase the risk of heart disease and obesity and points to possible interventions for improving women’s heart

U.S. Taliban Truce Deal.

Email this pageThe United States and the Taliban have agreed to a temporary truce that, if successful, would open the way for a deal that would bring American troops home from Afghanistan and end 18 years of war. The peace deal would call for negotiations between Afghans on both sides of the conflict to start

We All Start Somewhere!

Email this page“Remember, every ‘Master’ was once a student!” I remember my graduate professor, Dr. Marsha Della-Giustina, saying this to me after a rather disastrous LIVE shot. It was a warm day in Boston – close to the end of the semester and all of us were trying to get our final projects completed. I

Anti Crime Campaign ‘Project Eject’

Email this page HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) – A federal judge sentenced three Hattiesburg men last week under Project EJECT, which is an initiative by the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Southern District of Mississippi to reduce violent crime. On Wednesday, Judge Keith Starrett sentenced 25-year-old Alfred McCaskill, 20-year-old Christian Jamal Martin and 30-year-old Marcus Foster